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Q32 at the annual stockholders meeting investors

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------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q32: At the annual stockholders meeting, investors heard a presentation on the numerous challenges facing the company, including among them the threat from a rival’s multibillion-dollar patent-infringement suit and the declining sales for the company’s powerful microprocessor chip. A. including among them the threat from a rival’s multibillion-dollar patent- infringement suit and the declining sales for B. which includes the threat of a rival’s multibillion-dollar patent-infringement suit and declining sales of C. included among these the threat from a rival’s multibillion-dollar patent- infringement suit as well as a decline in sales for D. among them the threat of a rival’s multibillion-dollar patent-infringement suit and the decline in sales of E. among these the threat from a rival’s multibillion-dollar patent-infringement suit as well as the decline in sales for Answer: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q33: In order to withstand tidal currents, juvenile horseshoe crabs frequently burrow in the sand. Such burrowing discourages barnacles from clinging to their shells. When fully grown, however, the crabs can readily withstand tidal currents without burrowing, and thus they acquire substantial populations of barnacles. Surprisingly, in areas where tidal currents are very weak, juvenile horseshoe crabs are found not to have significant barnacle populations, even though they seldom burrow. Which of the following, if true, most helps to explain the surprising finding? 17
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of a day. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Q34: The first trenches that were cut into a 500-acre site at Tell Hamoukar, Syria, have yielded strong evidence for centrally administered complex societies in northern regions of the Middle East that were arising simultaneously with but independently of the more celebrated city-states of southern Mesopotamia, in what is now southern Iraq.
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